More than just a breath of fresh air
Dyson's TP09 air purifier helps banish foul odours, captures harmful airborne pollutants and destroys formaldehyde.
Urban living, and the predominantly indoor lifestyle that entails, is the norm for many of us. We spend so much of our time in confined environments that the ambient atmosphere starts to play an important role in our physical and mental well-being. Fresh, clean-smelling air rejuvenates us, which is why we often spruce up our homes and offices with aromatherapy scents and floral bouquets.
Unfortunately, odours can still be a common intrusion even in the most immaculate of interior spaces, with tobacco smoke, pet litter and lingering food aromas the usual offenders. And your arsenal of deodoriser sprays and scented candles can only do so much to mask the malodours.
THE AIR YOU BREATHE, PURIFIED
Air purifiers can eliminate the worst of these smells, while helping to improve indoor air quality. They draw in surrounding air through a filter to capture pollutants like cigarette fumes, pet dander and dust before circulating the purified air back into the room. Besides neutralising foul odours, these devices can also help relieve the symptoms of asthma and allergies by removing airborne particles.
The Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde TP09 is one of Dyson’s most advanced, featuring a filtration system that sieves air through multiple layers.
The first is a HEPA H13 filter that can remove up to 99.95 per cent of airborne particles as small as PM0.11, such as dust, allergens, viruses and other ultra-fine pollutants.
The second is a layer of activated carbon that absorbs odours and gases, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This keeps the room smelling fresh, removing up to 97 per cent of household odours, including those caused by cooking, pets, tobacco smoke and garbage2.
The third is Dyson’s unique catalytic filter that actively captures and destroys formaldehyde3, the first for an air purifier, says Dyson. Formaldehyde is a VOC that is released from many household items and tobacco products. The colourless, pungent gas can irritate the eyes, nose and lungs or even trigger an asthma attack in low concentrations, while prolonged exposure may cause cancer. Most in-home formaldehyde levels are low, but there is still the potential for continuous exposure due to off-gassing (the release of VOCs from products) over multiple years.
The Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde TP09 uses a solid-state sensor to determine formaldehyde levels and breaks the pollutant down into water and carbon dioxide through its selective catalytic oxidisation filter. The best part? The system lasts the lifetime of the purifier.
Beyond the filters, the purifier is also sealed to HEPA H13 standards. So, what goes inside, stays inside.
A BLADELESS ICON
Visually, the TP09 air purifier is a showstopper with its iconic bladeless fan design. It is engineered to be 20 per cent quieter than its predecessor so that it fits seamlessly into your living or workspaces, and even has a night mode to discreetly clean the air as you sleep.
An array of intelligent sensors precisely monitors, displays and reacts to the surrounding air quality and pollutants in real time, and the data is readily accessible through the device’s LCD screen or companion app.
Undesirable odours are a source of frustration for many, but with Dyson’s TP09 air purifier, getting rid of them is now a breeze.
Improve your air quality with the Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde TP09.
1Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822, ISO29463).
2Tested for removal of grilled salmon and barbecue odour, pet urine odour, tobacco smoke odour and garbage smell, according to EN 13725 standards.
3Third-party full machine testing based on GB/T 18801-2015 formaldehyde cumulative clean mass testing with continuous injection until plateau of formaldehyde CADR is achieved. Results may vary in practice.